Pravesh Niyantran Samiti Rejects Justification by Offending Medical Colleges

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Panel Confirms Cancellation of 353 Medical and Dental Admissions In yet another blow to private unaided medical and dental colleges, the Pravesh Niyantran Samiti (PNS) has rejected feeble justification forwarded by colleges and maintained its earlier decision to cancel 353 medical and dental admissions across Maharashtra. The PNS headed by ex-High Court Judge D K Deshmukh unequivocally held that admission process adopted by thee private medical and dental colleges violated “basic principles of transparency, fairness and reasonability and in many case reservation norms were overlooked nor it was merit-based.”

Considering the number of resultant vacancies, PNS has suggested Maharashtra Government to approach Supreme Court for permissions to fill these 353 vacancies and extension of cut-off date. In a far-reaching measure to take away discretionary powers from the hands of college managements, the PNS has suggested to seek nod of Apex Court to ensure that all admissions even after CAP rounds be brought under “Common Admission Process” only. It may be recalled that in earlier meeting, the PNS had disapproved these seats on the basis of reports of three committees that were constituted for Konkan-Pune, Aurangabad-Nasik and Nagpur-Amravati regions. The panel were named following large scale complaints of irregularities and allegations of virtual sell of these seats to money bags giving a go-by to procedure and merits, were received.

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